Review: Getting Married At Crofton Hall by Rebecca Cohen

Rating: 4🌈 I’ll be honest here and admit I’m torn as to how to rate this story. Here’s the facts. Getting Married At Crofton Hall by Rebecca Cohen is a novel I’ve been waiting on as I’ve followed the Crofton Earls from Cohen’s historical romances (The Crofton Chronicles) all the way through the Modern Crofton… Continue reading Review: Getting Married At Crofton Hall by Rebecca Cohen

Review : Camera Shy by E.J. Russell

Rating: 4.5🌈 E.J. Russell has returned to contemporary romance after a two year absence with Camera Shy and its a marvelously entertaining story. Told from the perspectives of both protagonists, we get a remarkable journey . Starting from a stressed filled professional boss/employee relationship between the arrogant, driven Ari Dimitriou, host of his own talk… Continue reading Review : Camera Shy by E.J. Russell

Review: About Last Night by Aimee Nicole Walker

Rating: 5🌈 There’s something so soothing and wonderful about reading a contemporary romance that’s about an emotionally healthy, adult relationship. About Last Night by Aimee Nicole Walker is a perfect example of that. The novel, one who’s characters are part of the author’s Savannah, Georgia universe (Sinister in Savannah, Sawyer and Royce series), are people… Continue reading Review: About Last Night by Aimee Nicole Walker

Review: Wildfire (In Vino Veritas) by Garrett Leigh

Rating: 4.75🌈 Wildlfire by Garrett Leigh, sees a return of the In Vino Veritas series, one written by multiple authors about a connecting bookstore and wine bar in Burlington,Vermont. Many of the characters there originate from the earlier V & V series, so honestly for newcomers, it’s a win win with two terrific series to… Continue reading Review: Wildfire (In Vino Veritas) by Garrett Leigh

Review: Playing Games ( Franklin U #1) by Riley Hart

Rating: 4 🌈 Playing Games is a wonderful enemies to lovers romance from Riley Hart. It’s the first in a multi-author series called Franklin U that can be read in any order, the only main factor is the campus all the characters live on and the college they attend. I enjoyed the layered approach Hart… Continue reading Review: Playing Games ( Franklin U #1) by Riley Hart

Review: Mr. Romance (Franklin U Book 3) by Louisa Masters

Rating: 4.25 Mr. Romance is Louisa Masters’ offer to the multiple author series, Franklin U. And it’s frankly adorable! Starting with the clueless but hugely friendly and kind Charlie Martin who’s inability to read social cues has those he comes into casual contact with thinking they are dating or something more interesting. Not that Charlie… Continue reading Review: Mr. Romance (Franklin U Book 3) by Louisa Masters

Review: The Sunny Side (The Model Agency #1) by Lily Morton

Rating: 4.75 🌈 I’m such a fan of this author and The Sunny Side is a fantastic example of why her contemporary romances continue to resonate with so many readers, book after book, series after series. Supermodel Dean Jacobs has appeared in the author’s newsletter serial and pops up in other stories (Deal Maker for… Continue reading Review: The Sunny Side (The Model Agency #1) by Lily Morton

Review: Hot Lips: A MM Romantic Suspense Mystery (The Hot Cannolis) by Tara Lain

Rating: 3.75🌈 Hot Lips is the last of The Hot Cannolis series. It is written by Tara Lain, when the original plan was to continue to coauthor , with Eli Easton, all four books was halted by Lain’s personal health issues that had Easton and Lain dividing up the last two stories. She mentions all… Continue reading Review: Hot Lips: A MM Romantic Suspense Mystery (The Hot Cannolis) by Tara Lain

Review: Lethal (Operation Justice Force #1) by Reece Knightly

Rating: 4.5🌈 The cover and description give the reader a pretty good indication of what Lethal, the first book in Reese Knightly’s new Operation Justice Force , has in store for them. Dark alley, hot, muscled men, with tattoos (some of them), just a hint of danger. Works perfectly for a undercover operation filled with… Continue reading Review: Lethal (Operation Justice Force #1) by Reece Knightly

Review: Department Rivals (A Valor and Doyle Prequel) by Nicky James

Rating: 4.5🌈 Prequels are tricky things, they are stories that set the stage and briefly introduce characters for a series to come. I’m always fascinated how each author’s treatment of a prequel storyline differs,their take on formatting as well as what the approach will be. James makes Department Rivals happen within the span of one… Continue reading Review: Department Rivals (A Valor and Doyle Prequel) by Nicky James